Leek and Asparagus Quiche provides a delicious option for your next family brunch. With a pre-made shell, quiche is simple to make!
What is in asparagus quiche?
Here’s what I put in my asparagus quiche. You can alter this a bit and add different spices or even a different type of cheese if you want.
- Sour Cream
- Cheddar Cheese
I have so many memories wrapped up in quiche. I used it to eat the most delicious vegetarian quiche at the quaintest French restaurant in town. I would savor the delicious coffee and gobble down my quiche. Times have changed and I now need gluten-free quiche.
Thankfully, I’ve found a great local bakery that serves amazing gluten-free quiche. But when I am not up for traveling across the city for quiche, I can make my own. I figured it out.
It was not that hard! If you are looking for a good crust, check out this gluten free pie crust by What the Fork Food Blog!
Of course, you can make your own crust. BUT if you have a great pre-made gluten-free pie crust…even better!
If you are wanting to make the gluten-free pie crust by hand, be sure to check out this easy to make mashed potato pie crust that MI Gluten Free Gal posted about.
What are Leeks?
Leeks are kind of like an onion, they are in that family. In fact, they look like overgrown green onions with thicker stalks.
When you cut up the leeks for this recipe, you will be discarding the darker green top part and just chopping the bottom of the leek.
They have a milder flavor than onions. If you can’t find leeks you can substitute with white onions, just don’t use very much or it will overtake the flavor of the quiche.
What part of the asparagus do you cook for the quiche?
The most tender part of the asparagus is the top. I don’t like a ton of huge pieces of veggies in my quiche, so I only use the tops and cut them up fairly small.
How Can I Tell When A Quiche Is Done?
A quiche should be silky and soft in your mouth if its been cooked properly. The center should be set, but just a little jiggly.
It will continue to set up as it cools.
How To Store Quiche
Quiche will last in the fridge, covered for 3 to 4 days. Any longer and I recommend wrapping the quiche well and freezing it. This zucchini quiche will last about 2 to 3 months in the freezer.
Because quiche is a “custard” in a sense, be sure to refrigerate this after 2 hours at room temperature.
How To Reheat Quiche
You can definitely make this a couple days ahead of time, and then simply reheat. Or just to enjoy the leftovers! I recommend reheating in the oven.
Reheat at 325 for about 15 minutes, covered with foil.
I am guessing that there probably won’t be any leftovers, but if there is a slice left…it does reheat well! But I am pretty sure the entire quiche will be gone before brunch is officially over!
More Quiche Recipes
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Let’s get to this asparagus quiche recipe!
Leek and Asparagus Quiche - think brunch!
- Place pie shell on a lipped baking sheet. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- In a skillet over medium heat, warm the oil and gently saute the leeks and asparagus.
- In the bottom of the pie shell, gently place leeks and asparagus.
- Whisk together the eggs, milk and sour cream. Pour into crust.
- Gently place cheese on top of quiche mixture.
- Bake for approximately 45 minutes or until a knife comes out clean from your quiche when inserted. Let sit for 5 minutes. (This helps to absorb any moisture.)
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